A National Media’s Polls Shock BJP Camp

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As the Lok Sabha elections are approaching, the individual state elections are also gearing up to decide the Central party in the next year. Prior to the upcoming elections of five states of India, A leading National media conducted an online polls survey and declared its results which are hard for the BJP followers to digest.

The Chief Election Commissioner of India on the other day declared that the elections of Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, and Telangana will be held in the months of November and December months respectively. According to this National media named ABP News, AICC is going to sweep the states of MP, Chhattisgarh, and Rajasthan this time at any cost limiting BJP to the Opposition. In Rajasthan, Congress will get a vote share of almost 50% whereas the current ruling party will get a marginal difference of 34.2% due to the anti-incumbency. In the states of Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh, the fight between these two central parties will be neck to neck but Congress would run away with Power with a slight difference of votes share.

a national media's polls shock bjp camp

These shocking statistics are making the Saffron party tensed and is preparing strategies to bring back the buzz. Political analysts state that Modi wave will not work for this time as a maximum of Indian voters is unhappy with the Indian PM’s ruling.

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